Driver fatigue is a significant safety hazard for the Road Transport Industry. The main causes of fatigue or “drowsy driving” is too little sleep or driving at times when you would normally be asleep or working or being awake for long hours.
The new Work Health and Safety (WHS) legislation came into effect on 1st January 2012 in Australia with more legislative changes coming throughour 2014. Our course materials will progressively cover the new legislation and other Safetylegislation in other States and Territories.
On the 10th February 2014 the “Heavy Vehicle National Law 2012 (HVNL)” commenced, replacing existing laws governing the operation of all vehicle over 4.5 tonnes gross vehicle mass in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and the Australia Capital Territory and Tasmania.
The NHVR (National Heavy Vehicle Regulator) is now the first point of contact for the majority of heavy vehicle business in Australia.
TLIF2010 – Apply Fatigue Management Strategies is the nationally recognised course needed by heavy vehicle drivers to comply with legislation.
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The fatigue laws covers;
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